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continuing education Fundamentals of Dispersion Modeling. Trinity Con- of the Climate Prediction Center; e-mail: sultants Incorporated of Dallas, Texas, is conducting cdwshop@sgi37.wwb.noaa.gov ; fax: 301-763-8395. specialized training in dispersion modeling through- out 1996. Participants will learn the role of meteorol- Wind Shear and Wind Shear Alert Systems. A three- ogy, why dispersion modeling is performed, and the day workshop will be held in mid-Novembe r 1996 in basis fo r estimating pollutant concentrations produced Oklahom a City, Oklahoma. The workshop will be by various source types. Training sessions will con- sponsored by AMS' s Committee on Aviation, Range, vene 16-17 September in Chicago, Illinois; 15-16 Oc- and Aerospace Meteorology and by the Federal Avia- tober in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 12-13 Novem- tion Administration (FAA). The workshop will fea- ber in Los Angeles, California; and 9-1 0 December ture briefings by FA A personnel, technical presenta- in Dallas, Texas. For information about tuition and tions, panel discussions, invited presentations, and registration, call the course registrar at 214-661-8100. ope n discussion sessions. Papers are solicited for the technica l sessions on all aspects of wind shear and Heavy Precipitation Workshop. The National win d shear alert systems, including research, meteo- Weathe r Service will http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Fundamentals of Dispersion Modeling. Trinity Con- of the Climate Prediction Center; e-mail: sultants Incorporated of Dallas, Texas, is conducting cdwshop@sgi37.wwb.noaa.gov ; fax: 301-763-8395. specialized training in dispersion modeling through- out 1996. Participants will learn the role of meteorol- Wind Shear and Wind Shear Alert Systems. A three- ogy, why dispersion modeling is performed, and the day workshop will be held in mid-Novembe r 1996 in basis fo r estimating pollutant concentrations produced Oklahom a City, Oklahoma. The workshop will be by various source types. Training sessions will con- sponsored by AMS' s Committee on Aviation, Range, vene 16-17 September in Chicago, Illinois; 15-16 Oc- and Aerospace Meteorology and by the Federal Avia- tober in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 12-13 Novem- tion Administration (FAA). The workshop will fea- ber in Los Angeles, California; and 9-1 0 December ture briefings by FA A personnel, technical presenta- in Dallas, Texas. For information about tuition and tions, panel discussions, invited presentations, and registration, call the course registrar at 214-661-8100. ope n discussion sessions. Papers are solicited for the technica l sessions on all aspects of wind shear and Heavy Precipitation Workshop. The National win d shear alert systems, including research, meteo- Weathe r Service will

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